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You have a property column along with Parent and child and in that property column, you can give the comsolidation operator as + for Parent_AAAA and - for Parent_BBBB and that will do the trick.
If you do not mention the consolidation operator, By default it will take +
We already have done that,but still getting the problem..
Enabling "Allow Property Change" will be working fine.But,is there any other way of doing this as we don't want to use this feature.The reason behind this is- we are loading metadata and maintaining the member property dynamically.By using this feature it will be risky if any member property which has been set properly may get changed due to the wrong entry in source system in future.
However, your suggestion was really helpful.
I don't think there is a way to change the default setting.
However, what you can do is to have a different load rule and different text file with only the metadata that you want to have an exception for shared members. That way, you can achieve it as you do not have to change the existing rule file.